2021-2022 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

IANIM 3500 Junior Seminar

This course will focus on the importance of the collaborative nature of animation production. Students will be immersed in the creative development process as well as partake in a wide variety of conceptual and technical workshops that explore various forms of storytelling and animation production. By the end of the semester students will collaboratively produce an imaginative and thoughtful animated 120 second short film using the class as a resource for critique and production work. The collaborative structure of this course mimics the Animation studio pipeline found in the the professional world. A final grade of "C" or better is required for IANIM 2120 Sophomore Seminar II in order to enroll in IANIM 3500 Junior Seminar. Failure to meet the minimum grade requirement may result in having to retake IANIM 2120 before enrolling in IANIM 3500.